Control of the region *would be* the government seat.
> Steve has given a long list of good reasons why, so if I may add a
Steve advocates this idea; he was arguing against having the goverment
seat be in a tower, instead of in the location.
> (1) Most commands issued by the city itself would work completely
> differently than the same commands issued by any other unit.
Not true. The location is just like any other unit, except it can't
> (2) Why should cities be different from ships or buildings ? You
> don't have two levels of control for them. If you are the leader of
> the stack under them, you are the boss - period.
Because they have people in them. The character unit stacked beneath
your PC doesn't control you.
-- Rich Skrenta <firstname.lastname@example.org> N2QAV